OES Editor: Settings

OES Editor Settings

This section includes four taps:

  • General Settings: Allow to insert general information:
    1. Info: To insert file info (File name, Author name, Contact, …etc.)
    2. Logo: To insert Logo to represent the author.
    3. Footer: To insert a footer text that will be shown in the footer area.
    4. Term & Condition: To insert author terms if any.
  • Export Settings: Provides multiple options to export the exam file.
  • Styles: Allow to add, edit, copy, paste styles. Styles are used to controller how to display exam content (using HTML and CSS).
  • Categories& Bullets: To edit categories and bullets numbering.

The details for each Tap as below:

General Settings:

A) General – Info:

 

 General info includes:

Project Name: The file name.

Version: Is read only field, you can modify during file exporting. See export exam file below.

File Date: Read only, it shows the current date.

Author Name: It will be shown for files’ reader. Add it if this exam file is not signed, otherwise it will be retrieved from author account. Same is applied for Contact and Website fields.

B) General – Logo:

  

It will be shown for files’ reader. Add it if this exam file is not signed, otherwise it will be retrieved from author account.

C) General – Footer:

The footer that will be shown at the right bottom of the screen. It is per exam file and it is not retrieved from author account.

D) General- Terms:

If you (as an author) have terms, copyright statements…etc. that you want the reader to review and/or accept before using your exam file, then you can use this option.

Check this option to use this feature. This page will be the first page that will be displayed when the exam file is opened.

 

Check this option in case you want to force the user to accept your terms (he must check I accept the terms).

Export Settings:

One you done editing your exam file, this the time to export and download your exam file. Exam file can be signed or not signed. login is required to sign a file. We suggest you to test your file without signing the file. But, once you’re satisfied with final version we recommend to sign the file. Here are main benefits for a signed file:

– By signing the file, extra code (connected with your account) will be added to tack your file and get updated statics (i.e.: total views, completed exams, results…etc).

– You will be able to update your file and your readers will be notified.

– You will be able to control access to your file at any time.

– Your readers will be able to review your file and add their comments which reflects your file’s value.

– Your readers will be rewarded every time they are completing your exam (and so you will).

– Once a file is signed it cannot be removed from our database, so be sure this is your final revision before signing.

To Sign an Exam File:

First Login, if not register, please do so, as the registration is free and simple.

– Click Sign button,  . It should be orange as: 

– Set File name, version, and protection type (see below), then click export ().

Exam File Protection Types:

You can control access to your file by setting the protection type using the above buttons:

  1. Open Reader

Users can read the exam file but cannot edit the file.

  1. Open Reader and Editor:

Users can read and edit the file.

  1. Open Reader, Protected Editor:

Users can read but password is needed to edit the file (required to fill the password field).

  1. Protected Reader:

Users that have the password can read but cannot edit the file (required to fill the password field).

  1. Protected Reader and Editor:

Users that have the password can read and edit the file (required to fill the password field).

 

 Styles:

, add new style. Style text format should be correct, see details below.

, select the style you want to copy from Styles List, then click this button.

, paste copied style into Styles List.

, select the style you want to delete from Styles List, then click this button.

Allow to add, edit, copy, paste styles. Styles are used to control how to display exam content (using HTML and CSS).

Style Format:

Each style template represents style information for all question type, style template as follows:

Style_Name
<<NEWLINE>>
Single Question Style Format (see below)
<<NEWLINE>>
Multiple Question Style Format (see below)
<<NEWLINE>>
Fill The Gaps Style Format (see below)
<<NEWLINE>>
CSS file

 

1. Single Question Style Format

 <div class='shadow'><div class='container'>{{MainQuestio_DATA}}
<<BREAK>>
<div class='radio'><input type='radio' id='{{OPTION_ID}}' name='globalcheckName' ><label for='{{OPTION_ID}}'  class='radio-label'>{{OPTION_BULLET_ITEM}} . {{OPTION_DATA}}</label></div>
<<BREAK>>
</div></div>
<<BREAK>>
<div class='ans_container'>{{ANS_TITLE}} {{OPTION_BULLET}}</br>{{OPTION_DATA}}</div><div class='exp_container'> {{EXP_TITLE}} </br> {{EXP_DATA}}</div>

 

2. Multiple Question Style Format

<div class='shadow'><div class='container'>{{MainQuestio_DATA}}
<<BREAK>>
<div class='radio'><input type='checkbox' id='{{OPTION_ID}}' name='globalcheckName' ><label for='{{OPTION_ID}}'  class='radio-label'>{{OPTION_BULLET_ITEM}} . {{OPTION_DATA}}</label></div>
<<BREAK>>
</div></div>
<<BREAK>>
<div class='ans_container'><h2>{{ANS_TITLE}} {{OPTION_BULLET}}</h2>{{OPTION_DATA}}</div><div class='exp_container'><h2> {{EXP_TITLE}}</h2></br>{{EXP_DATA}}</div>

 

3. Fill The Gaps Style Format

<div class='shadow'><div class='container'>{{MainQuestio_DATA}}
<<BREAK>>
<<BREAK>>
</div></div>
<<BREAK>>
<div class='ans_container'><h2>{{ANS_TITLE}}</h2></br>{{OPTION_DATA}}</div><div class='exp_container'><h2> {{EXP_TITLE}}</h2></br>{{EXP_DATA}}</div>

 

Categories& Bullets:

Categories:

Categories are used per question which classifies this question category. The results breakdown shows result per category, which would help users understand their strength and weakness (see Question Settings).

Categories is separated by vertical pipe ( | ) as seen above.

 

Bullets & Numbering:

You can add/edit/copy/delete the numbering style from here. The numbering styles are used in two question types (Single and Multiple). Numbering styles are set per section (see Section Settings)